PDNSOps, is a Web-based script which aids in administering domains and records for the PowerDNS SQL name server software. It is targeted mainly toward individual domain owners, but should be robust enough to be used in a larger capacity by an ISP or other big host. For those who may not know, PowerDNS is a domain name server application, much like BIND, but offering alternative backends for the storage of domain information.
|Tags||Internet DNS Web Site Management Networking Domain Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
The project has been taken over by a new leader and is being "rebooted". New Google Code, new name, new everything!
Release Notes: Various issues reported at the SVN repository were fixed.
Release Notes: New database support was added. Some bugs were fixed. New features were added. One security issue was fixed.
Release Notes: A pair of app crashes were fixed. The use of a function that has been deprecated as of PHP 5.3.0 was resolved.
Release Notes: This is a security release to resolve a number of cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities. It addresses Secunia Advisory 38736, part 3.
Release Notes: The security bug described by Secunia Advisory SA32823 was fixed. A database repair option was added. Functions were added to allow "select all" and "unselect all" on forms. The obsolete IE6 pngfix.js file was removed since the skin no longer uses it.